English translation of 'favori'
Word forms: favori, favorite
favourite (Brit) ⧫ favorite (USA)
masculine noun/feminine noun
1. favourite (Brit) ⧫ favorite (USA)
Il ne joue jamais les favoris, seulement les outsiders. He never backs the favourites, only outsiders.
2. (History) king’s favourite (Brit) ⧫ king’s favorite (USA)
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Example Sentences Including 'favori'
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Changement d'accessoire : il retrouve son instrument favori.Carnets d'aventures, Spécial, 2/1989
Le format du trio piano, contrebasse et batterie est en ce moment son favori.Le Monde (1998)
Nikonoff favori Les quelque 900 adhérents présents devront aussi se prononcer sur le rapport d'activité de l'association.Le Nouvel Observateur (2002)
Paris demeure sa ville de prédilection et le xvie arrondissement, son quartier favori.Marie Claire
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'favori' in Other Languages
British English: front-runner NOUN
In a competition or contest, the front-runner is the person who seems most likely to win it.
Neither of the front-runners in the presidential election is a mainstream politician.
British English: pet ADJECTIVE
Someone's pet theory, project, or subject is one that they particularly support or like.
He would not stand by and let his pet project be killed off.
Translation of favori from the Collins French to English
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